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Posted on 4/30/2010 11:21:00 AM

The Simpsons in Graffiti

The Simpsons, probably the best cartoon series ever. As we all have used to them watching on TV, their fans got out different approach. An inspiring artists painted some of the best cartooned graffiti. There are many heroes from the famous cartoon, Homer, Bart, Mr Burns and many others.

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Pictures below are in Kerrisdale, Vancouver


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Posted on 4/28/2010 02:24:00 PM

Play Scrabble At The Wildest Places

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Now it’s a whole new way to play the word game that is celebrating its 60th anniversary. Extreme Scrabble involves playing the game in the scariest places on – and above – Earth. The name Scrabble comes from the Dutch word Schrabbelan, meaning to claw or to scrape, and over 150million sets have been produced in the game’s 60-year history. An estimated 30,000 games begin every hour, and there are over 400 Scrabble clubs around the world. The game is produced in over 29 languages, the latest of which is Welsh. Below are some extreme vanues to play the Scrabble, however it’s not for ordinary people.

Skydivers Nicole Angelides and Ramsey Kent use glue to stick letters to their Scrabble board 13,000ft over Florida.

Two people risk life and limb to play Scrabble near alligators in Florida, USA

From highs to lows, in the blue waters of the Bahamas two scuba divers pit their wits – and nerves – during a game surrounded by sharks.Back on solid ground, keen Scrabble players Kevin Richard and Helga van Der Merwe risk a mauling – with a game in front of lionesses Meg and Amy in Lanseria, South Africa. Two deep sea divers play scrabble on a sunken ship off the coast of the Bahamas surrounded by Caribbean Reef Sharks.

Gamekeepers Kevin Richard and Helga van der Merwe play Scrabble in the company of lionesses Meg and Amy in South Africa

Climbers Jon Ratcliffe and Steve Franklin have a battle of words on a ledge 200ft up the sea cliff of Castell Helen in Anglesey, North Wales.

Models Nicola Graham (left) and Bim Hargreaves play Scrabble in an ice cave in New Zealand.

Extreme Scrabble near Mt Cook, New Zealand


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People living along the shores of the Gulf of Carpentaria in northeastern Australia wake up to one of the most spectacular daybreaks on earth. As the heaven brighten at the end of a warm tropical night, a rotating ribbon of cloud advances across an otherwise cloudless sky like a giant rolling sea wave. Australians have a name for this beautiful phenomenon; they call it morning glory.

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Posted on 4/25/2010 09:40:00 PM

One Dollar Koi Fish Origami

Artist Won Park makes origami figures with paper currency. This is the side view of the new Koi fish. Notice the rounder head and more defined pectoral fins. They all use dollar bills with no cuts, no glue, and no tape. In response to everyone's curiousity, the Koi fish is made with only one dollar.

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Posted on 4/24/2010 11:00:00 AM

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Posted on 4/22/2010 10:58:00 AM

Wedding Photos That You'll Never Want To See Twice

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